Evaluation Board EVAL-UFDC-1/UFDC-1M-16
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The EVAL-UFDC-1/UFDC-1M-16 is a simple evaluation board that allows users to quickly evaluate the performance of the Universal Frequency-to-Digital Converters UFDC-1 and UFDC-1M-16 without the need for external components and design various sensors systems. This 2-channel Evaluation Board lets use such ICs in 16 frequency-time parameters measuring modes, one generation (for a calibration purpose) mode and build various digital sensors and sensor systems including smart, self-adaptation and self-identification sensor systems. All existing frequency, period, duty-cycle, time interval, pulse-width modulated, pulse number and phase-shift output sensors and transducers can be directly interfaced to this evaluation board. The user can connect TTL-compatible sensors’ outputs to the Evaluation Board, measure any output frequency-time parameters, and test out the sensor systems functions.
Using the accompanying software, the EVAL-UFDC-1/UFDC-1M-16 evaluation board can be interfaced to any personal computer running Windows XP or later, via one of the serial computer’s com port RS232 or USB port (with an additional, optional USB to Serial (9-pin) DB9 RS232 adapter cable, for example, EMINENT USB to Serial Converter or others).
Figure 1. EVAL-UFDC-1/UFDC-1M-16 Evaluation Board
The software allows the EVAL-UFDC-1/UFDC-1M-16 Evaluation board’s functions to be controlled from a PC via an easy-to-use interface operating under Windows XP or higher. There are many ways to display evaluated results, such as the terminal programs for Windows, LabView and special software supplied with the Evaluation Board. The demo kit includes a CD with Terminal V1.9B and especially designed for the Evaluation Board the UFDC Eval Software V1.14. The software also lets to calibrate the converters and put a calibration constant into the converter’s memory.
Development Kit Package Contents
The development kit package contains the following items:
Documentations and Software:
6. Terminal V1.9B for Windows (Software)
Figure 1. The UFDC Eval software main window
Books about how to design sensor and sensor systems based on UFDC-1 IC:
. Yurish S. Y., Digital Sensors and Sensor Systems: Practical Design, IFSA Publishing, 2011.
. Book + Evaluation Board UFDC-1/UFDC-1M-16
Application Specific and Research Papers:
1. Intelligent Opto Sensors’ Interfacing Based on Universal Frequency-to-Digital Converter
2. Data Acquisition Systems for Quasi-Digital Temperature Sensors Based on Universal Frequency-to-Digital Converter
3. Practical Circuits and Interface Techniques for MEMS Accelerometers with Quasi-Digital Output
4. High Precision, Wide Speed Range Rotation Sensing with UFDC-1
5. Digital Humidity Sensors and Data Logger Design Based on Modern Frequency-to-Digital Converter
6. Intelligent Digital Pressure Sensors and Transducers Based on Universal Frequency-to-Digital Converter (UFDC-1)
7. Digital Magnetic Sensors Based on Universal Frequency-to-Digital Converter (UFDC-1)
8. IEEE 1451 Standard and Frequency Output Sensors: How to Obtain a Broad-Based Industry Adoption ?
9. Automated Calibration Technique for Programmable Universal Frequency-to-Digital Converter, in Proceedings of IFAC Workshop on Programmable Devices
and Embedded Systems (PDeS’2006), Czeh Republic, Brno, 14-16 February 2006, pp.72-77.
10.High-Speed Universal Frequency-to-Digital Converter for Quasi-Digital Sensors and Transducers,
Sensors & Transducers Journal, Vol. 80, Issue 6, June 2007, pp. 1225-1229.
11.Self-Adaptive Smart Sensors and Sensor Systems, Sensors & Transducers Journal, Vol. 94, Issue 7, July 2007, pp.1-14
Analog-to-Digital Conversion Using Voltage-to-Frequency Converters for Remote
Sensors, Key Engineering Materials: Measurement Technology and
Intelligent Instruments VIII,
Vol. 381 – 382, 2008, pp.623-626.
13.Digital Sensors Design Based on Universal Frequency Sensors Interfacing IC, Sensors and Actuators A:, Vol.132, Issue 1, 2006, pp.265-270.
14.Interface Circuit Design for Frequency-Time Domain MEMS Sensors, in Proc. of International MEMS Conference, 9-12 May 2006, Singapore, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Vol. 34, 2006
Smart Temperature Sensors Systems Based on Universal Frequency-to-Digital
Converter, in Proceedings of the
IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (SAS’ 2009),
17-19 February 2009, New Orleans, LA, USA, pp.287-292.
Smart Temperature Sensor: Process Development and Circuit Design,
in Proceedings of 26th
International Conference on Microelectronics,
MIEL' 2008, 11-14 May 2008, pp.333-336.
17.Improving Accelerometers Performance Using Smart Sensing Techniques, in Proceedings of IEEE SENSORS 2006, Daegu, Korea, October 22-25, 2006,
18.A Self-Adaptable Method to Optimize the Performance of Frequency-To-Code Conversion Based Measurement Systems, in Proceedings of IEEE Conference
on Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems: Technology and Applications (IDAACS 2005), 5-7 September 2005, pp. 295-298.
19.A Low-Cost Tide Measurement System for Water Quality Assessment, in Proceedings of the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference
(IMTC 2006), 24-27 April 2006, pp.2226 - 2230.
20.Design and Experimental Verification of a Smart Sensor to Measure the Energy and Power Consumption in a One-phase AC Line, Measurement,
Vol. 42, Issue 3, April 2009, pp. 412-419.
21.Using the PIC16F84 Microcontroller in Intelligent Stepper Motor Control, Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, 2008, pp.223-226.
22.Low Cost QCM Sensor System for Screening Semen Samples, Journal of Sensors, Volume 2010, pp.1-5.
23.A Hand-held Electronic Tongue based on Fluorometry for Taste Assessment of Tea, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol. 26, Issue 4, pp.1507-1513.
1. New Excelera's Products Catalog 2016: Focus on Excellence,
Sensors & Transducers Magazine (e-Digest), Vol. 194, Issue 11, November 2015
2. Evaluation Board Supports Quick and Easy Sensor Systems Developments,
Sensors & Transducers Magazine (e-Digest), Vol. 104, Issue 5, May 2009.
3. Universal Frequency-to-Digital Converters (UFDC) are Available Now in Miniaturized Micro Lead Frame Package
Sensors & Transducers Magazine (e-Digest), Vol. 99, Issue 12, December 2008.
4. Sensors Interfacing ICs are Available in Miniature TQFP Package,
Sensors & Transducers Magazine (e-Digest), Vol. 87, Issue 1, January 2008.
5. Fast, Accurate Universal Frequency-to-Digital Converter for Quasi-Digital Sensors and Transducers,
Sensors & Transducers Magazine (e-Digest), Vol. 80, Issue 6, June 2007.
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